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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will host information-gathering meetings in preparation for the development of 2020 hunting season proposals. Public meetings will begin at 6 p.m. in the following locations:
Date Location
Dec. 17 Park County Library, Grizzly Room, Cody
Dec. 19 Big Horn Federal Bank, Powell
Game and Fish encourages the public to attend these meetings to share information, observations and ideas related to hunting seasons as the region begins to develop proposals for 2020 hunting seasons.
“The meeting will provide hunters with an open forum to visit with regional wildlife biologists and game wardens about their 2019 hunting season experience and give hunters a chance to have input into proposals for the 2020 hunting season before the formal proposal process is started,” said Cody area wildlife biologist Tony Mong.
“These meetings are a great opportunity for folks to let us know what their hunting experience was like during the 2019 season and provides Game and Fish with another key piece of data that can help determine if any changes for the 2020 hunting seasons need to be explored,” Mong said. “We encourage the public to attend and get involved in the management of their wildlife.”
The State of Wyoming supports the Americans with Disabilities Act. Anyone requiring auxiliary aids for this meeting should contact the Game and Fish Cody Region office at: 307-527-7125. Every effort will be made for reasonable accommodations.

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